A cocky, charismatic bad boy…
Miles Hann is the best freestyler on his college swim team. He works hard, and plays harder. He’s got no complaints…except for his new teammate.
Jake gets on his last nerve. First he criticizes Miles’ form, then beats his time during practice. It wouldn’t be so bad if he weren’t so unnervingly sexy–Miles doesn’t know whether to punch him or kiss him.
Too bad Jake is straight.
A quiet, determined Adonis…
Jake Anderson won’t compromise his swimming for anyone, even hotshot Miles. But he doesn’t mean to get under the other man’s skin…he’d rather be right up against it. His steely self-control seems to melt when Miles is around.
Too bad Miles is straight and can’t stand him. Jake can’t stop imagining what it would be like if they both lost control–together.
No one’s more surprised than Miles and Jake when their rivalry becomes something much more intimate. But keeping what they’ve found is like swimming upstream. Can they prevail against the forces pushing them apart, or is a real relationship forever out of their reach?
So why is he finding it so hard? He shouldn’t care – after all, it’s just a society marriage. Right?
Shy songwriter Nial is reeling over the news. Jake has been his best friend since forever, and his roommate for years. The fact that he’s secretly in love with the man doesn’t help either. Now his life is being ripped to shreds, not to mention his heart.
“I want to have one last crazy weekend.”
When Jake suggests a pre-bachelor party in Las Vegas, can Nial make it through the trip without breaking? But when Jake insists on being Nial’s “wingman” on the search for hot, available guys…can Nial finally let go and succumb to the moment?
Yves Dubois’ team runs faster, passes better, and scrums harder when Robin watches: they’ve been winning steadily. Yves has a blinding smile for Robin after practices, but never stops to talk.
Robin needs to know if Yves’ grin is only joy in the game. Finding out will be Robin’s birthday milestone, but first he needs to give himself the gift of courage.
Brad Taylor’s been left at the altar with non-refundable tickets for a newlyweds-only cruise. He needs a spouse to get on that ship, so he asks best man (and best friend) Cameron Hines for a quickie Vegas wedding.
Of all Brad’s hare-brained schemes, this one takes the cake! Cameron would be happy to be Brad’s husband – for a lifetime. But pining after a straight man is the road to heartbreak. Better to just play in the sun with his best friend, and then return home to their normal lives.
Brad’s not gay, but he’s not entirely straight either. Playing the newlywed with Cameron is a perfect chance for sexual experimentation. A shipboard fling won’t wreck a friendship as strong as theirs. Or will it?
Can the salt sea air and island cruise magic transform this sham marriage into the type of happily-ever-after that comes with knowing that “Today I married my best friend”?
All that could change when he meets the crew of Eurydice including one man who has surely stepped out of Ed’s sexiest porno fantasies.
Jax is used to men and women looking at him through eyes filled with fear, lust or both. In his life, emotions are a weakness and whatever you care for can be taken from you. He’s on Eurydice to work, but the new tech guy is brighter than the sun, hotter than solar flares and Jax can’t get enough of him.
Can Evan’s future really be as bright as it seems?
Coming off a failed relationship of his own, Doctor Brock Stone aims to protect his heart. To satisfy his body’s needs, he suggests a temporary Master/slave arrangement to his handsome if wayward pupil.
Not content with Brock’s emotionless business arrangement, Ryder sets out to prove he’s the right slave to win Brock’s battered heart. When his former Master returns demanding Ryder’s obedience, who will own Ryder body and soul?
After living together for three months, Fergus and John have come to love each other’s quirks, and the bond between them is starting to look permanent. But when John wants to take things to the next level, Fergus balks, haunted by the betrayals in his own past.
To overcome these fears, Fergus must embark on an epic, steamy journey—literally—one that will test his faith, his trust, and his ability to keep a cool head in a hot, hot place.
In this followup story to Playing for Keeps, Fergus and John must overcome bad advice, broken headboards, and the Doppelgänger from Hell to find their forever bliss. A must-read for Glasgow Lads fans—and for new readers, a short ’n’ sweet intro to this hot new Scottish gay-romance series!